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Sep 15, 2012 8:30pm EDT
for the first time, does it help your name is barack obama? >> the best way to describe it is the by role beating heart of the internet. >> son and a 8:00 on "q &a." >> andrew keen is the author of "digital vertigo: how today's online revolution is dividing, diminishing, and disorienting." he sat down for a conversation about the internet at the technology policy institute's annual aspen forum. the audience is comprised of internet executives, regulators, and lobbyists. this is 40 minutes. >> thank you. we are your lunchtime entertainment today. i work for cnet, part of cbs. i live happily in the heart of silicon valley. andrew keen is a reliable curmudgeon who makes a living as a professional iconoclast. if it has been celebrated on cnet, the wonders of social networking, you can acount on andrew keen to reclaim my everyone else is wrong. he's convinced that 1960's counterculture has taken up residence in silicon valley's latest trends. he is looking for an ankle and has two books out a writ -- he is looking for an angle and has two books coming out. one of the quotes -- our privacy is s
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